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Collider I have been longing for more skilled action games, so now that it's here. . . but that it would be in this way. . . Collider is a very sophisticated puzzle game where your skills must be demonstrated. You have a plus and a minus ball. . . make these two meet each other to and destroy them. . . that's the goal. But many different types of balls play a role in various sizes, it is always difficult. It's a good challenge for me, though not exactly easy. The graphics are a little performance-heavy, I cannot play in energy saving mode of the laptop.

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